Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

It’s Christmas Eve! It’s only one sleep to go! It’s all come around so quickly, and I’m still not ready…(I told you I’m unorganised, didn’t I?!)

With Christmas Eve comes the end of Blogmas 2016, and I can’t quite believe it! With just a couple of delays, I have managed to post something every single day. I’m quite amazed that I’ve managed to keep it up! It’s been a lot of fun (and a little stressful, not going to lie) and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading as much as I have enjoyed writing it all for you. I think my favourite posts have been my post about changing Christmas presents, Christmas in Tokyo, my post about my favourite bloggers and yesterday’s post about my gingerbread Eiffel Tower!

I need to say a big thank you to all the great people who have helped me in my collaborative posts, and to all of you fab people who have been reading and interacting with me on a daily basis. In case you’ve enjoyed it that much that you want to read it all again to keep the Christmas cheer alive after the big day I’ve put all the posts into a big list here!

This Christmas Eve has been a busy one, with a gift exchange with family friends this morning, followed by a day filled with preparations for tomorrow – finishing Christmas gifts, rescuing some overly soft (but very tasty) fudge, and setting the dinner table ready for Christmas lunch tomorrow. We’ve had our buffet dinner, I’ve had a couple of glasses of prosecco, and we’re about to get the board games out!

I would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. I hope you have a wonderful time celebrating with your nearest and dearest, and that the day is everything you hope it to be. Having said that, I’d also like to remind you that Christmas Day is but one day of the year, and that if it doesn’t shape to up to be everything you had imagined then don’t sweat it (says the girl that cried about Christmas possibly being a little different to normal this year).

Merry Christmas everyone!

Read all my Blogmas 2016 posts here!

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